Ship Superintendent III
Honolulu, HI 96820
Essential job Duties &Responsibilities:
Supervises the daily activity of the scaffolding team as directed by the Production Manager.
Ensures operational plans are aligned with business objectives.
Coordinates scaffolding use and need among customers to maximize utility and minimize scaffolding and team idle time.
Estimates and proposes scaffolding support for customers.
Ensures proper containment shielding used to reduce/eliminate environmental damage.
Provides oversight of all scaffolding activity.
Visits work sites, customer main offices as required to estimate needs, develops proposals, makes presentations, supervises erecting, and dismantling of scaffolding, etc.
Working Conditions/Job Environment:
This position requires working outside in the elements with the following characteristics:
A requirement for initial certification and recertification (every five years) is verification from a licensed physician or physician assistant that the applicant is physically fit and free of debilitating illness and injury that could inhibit the individual from effectively performing the duties of a Scaffolding Superintendent. Among the criteria that the licensed physician or physician assistant will assess are (but not limited to):
Work in extreme temperature (heat and cold) for extended periods exceeding one hour.
Safely move about on slippery, sloping, uneven and unstable surfaces.
Safely enter, move about within and egress cargo tanks, cargo holds and other confined spaces that may involve maneuvering over 6 ft (1.8 m) ship framing; climbing up and down 30 ft (9.1 m) vertical ladders and 80ft (24.3 m) stairways.
Safely move between spaces and into/out of compartments on marine vessels that can involve stepping over a door threshold or coaming of 24 inches (61 cm) in height; moving through restricted openings or man holes of 24 inches by 24 inches (61 cm X 61 cm), crouching (lowering height by bending knees); kneeling (placing knees on ground); and stooping (lowering height by bending at the waist).
Manipulate mechanical devices using manual and digital dexterity, and strength to open and close watertight doors that may weigh up to 55 pounds (25 kg).
Perform visual inspections and surveys that can involve the use of hand tools such as spanners, valve wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers, pliers.
Responsible for the managing, mentoring and review of performance on a regular basis
Minimum of 3 years of experience in a ship repair/industrial environment.
Minimum of 3 years of experience with planning/estimating scaffolding needs in a shipyard or heavy industry setting.
Proven record of leadership and safety.
Knowledge of the marine industry and NAVSEA Standards
Proficient with Word and Excel
Must be flexible in work hours
Knowledge of managing Federal Contracts
Ability to organize and prioritize to meet deadlines
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Interpersonal skills, good attitude, and exceptional work ethic
Work requires establishing priorities and meeting deadlines.
Work Authorization/Security Clearance:
Must be a U.S. Citizen and able to obtain DBIDS and TWIC card
Valid State of Hawaii drivers license in good standing, class 3 or higher